Monday, August 30th at 7pm EST
Live on Crowdcast
Join us for the thirty-first episode of Write America featuring novelists and short story writers Robert Reeves & Jill McCorkle as they read and discuss their works and about how books and art might bridge the deep divisions in our nation.
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ABOUT THE WRITERS:
ROBERT REEVES is the author of two critically acclaimed novels, both published by Crown, as well as short fiction, essays, and literary criticism. Kirkus Review hailed Doubting Thomas as "a zesty, classy original," and Patricia Holt of the San Francisco Chronicle called Peeping Thomas "funny, disturbing, and brilliant." Reeves, director of the Southampton Writers Conference, has also taught writing at Harvard and Princeton.
JILL MCCORKLE, a native of North Carolina, is the author of four story collections and seven novels, most recent Hieroglyphics. Her work has been published in many periodicals and included in Best American Short Stories. She is core faculty in the Bennington Writing Seminars and affiliated with the MFA Program at NC State University.